As we saw a few days ago, the new incentives for the automotive sector are confirmed, but with several limits. The provision will not undergo further changes and therefore automakers and customers must make choices based on what the government has decided.
Like Hyundai, which unfortunately sees his best car is excluded from the incentives, the Ioniq 5 which offers state-of-the-art design, technology and autonomy. The Korean house price list for various, and in fact some electric cars are included in the incentives, along with other hybrids at different levels.
For those aiming for electric Hyundai Kona Electric falls within the limit of 35,000 euros excluding VAT with different configurations. You can choose between Xtech City, Exlusive and Xline trim levels. For the first two it is also possible to choose to target the 39 kWh battery (price from 36,100 euros) or even on the 64 kWh. Just at the authorized spending limit, we find the Exclusive 64 kWh, with 42,550 euros. For Xline, on the other hand, you can only opt for the variant with less autonomy.
Hyundai also has the Tucson plug-in hybridwho thanks to the starting price of 45,000 euros, is well within the limits imposed by the decree, which for cars emitting 21 to 60 grams of CO2 per km authorizes an expenditure of 45,000 euros excluding VAT. Anyone wishing to choose this car, ed have a price reduction of up to 4,000 euroscan therefore bet indifferently between the Xline, Exellence and N Line trim levels.
The same Tucson is therefore part of the incentives for cars with emissions from 61 to 135 gr / km, with hybrid, diesel and mild diesel hybrid versions. Kona also returns with all its hybrid variants, and also with the gasoline one. Finally, all versions of i10, i20, bayonand also i30 with the 48-volt mild-hybrid gasoline engine.